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Ryan C. Willis
Ryan C. Willis
Industry Veteran or Newbie? I began my career in industrial construction. For five years, I assisted in the construction of oil and gas compression facilities and water treatment plants.
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes): After graduating from East Carolina University, I moved north to West Virginia for a job in the emerging natural gas industry.I moved back to Raleigh to marry my wife, a Greenville native and I am very excited to be working in the residential side of construction.
Homebuilding Superpower: is understanding. I understand how to transition expectations and plans into an actual home. I understand how to assemble a team and keep them focused to accomplish our goals. I understand how each player’s role in our team contributes to the overall customer experience and satisfaction. Homebuilding has always been a passion of mine.
Originally From: I was born in Wilmington, NC in 1984 during Hurricane Diana.
I Learned From: I graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management and a Minor in Business Administration.
I Think the New Home Industry Is Important Because: it helps to continue the “American Dream” and benefits the economy. No matter where you go and what you do, home is where the heart is. My great grandfather, an immigrant from Italy, was a homebuilder. He built many homes including the home where my mother grew up and it is still a home where my family gathers. Building homes gives people a place to start and raise their families, creating memories that last forever.
I Believe the Future of Homebuilding: is bright, as more efficient building materials and better construction techniques are constantly being developed.
Daniel De Haro
Industry Veteran or Newbie?
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)…
Project Engineer and Applications Engineer/Product Line Manager in the paper industry, 24 years.
Glen Dale, West Virginia
I learned from…
I am learning the trade from everyone here at CCH.
I think the new home industry is important because…
It provides an opportunity for people to fulfill a dream.
Selections and Design Coordinator
Industry Veteran or Newbie? Technically still a Newbie….I began my career in the home building industry in 2012.
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)…I graduated from Meredith College with a BS in Interior Design in 2012, and have since worked as a selections designer for a flooring company and a few other local home builders before landing with CCH.
I find it extremely easy and enjoyable to connect with my home owners. I try to put myself in their shoes, so that I can help them in the best way possible to make their new house into the perfect home.
Originally from… right here in North Carolina. I was born and raised in the areas of Garner and Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. I’ve lived here my entire life and currently reside in Clayton.
I learned from… my dad. He’s been a home builder and land developer since before my time, so I’ve always had an interest in the industry. Then Meredith College helped me to turn that interest into a career.
I think the new home industry is important because… North Carolina’s population is steadily increasing and the new home industry plays a very important role in maintaining our economy. There are so many opportunities in our area to create beautiful new homes for new families to put down their roots.
I believe the future of homebuilding… I will continue to flourish as new technology and energy efficient materials are being integrated into our building process. It’s all about building an efficient and sustainable home that can still be customized to fit the unique needs of each family.
Industry Veteran or Newbie? Having built my first home in February 2018, I guess I’m not a veteran or a newbie.
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)…Before Capitol City Homes, I built homes for a local builder out of Creedmoor, NC.
I’m not sure if I’d call it a superpower, but I try to learn quickly, and take pride in my work.
Originally from… Wake Forest, NC
I learned from… I learned from some of the best, including former supervisors and county inspectors.
I think the new home industry is important because…The new home industry is important because of the amount of population moving into NC.
I believe the future of homebuilding…I believe home building in the future will become more energy conscious.
Assistant Project Manager
Industry Veteran or Newbie? Newbie
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)… Residential Property Management
Homebuilding Superpower… Communication and understanding. Understanding homeowners concerns is a must in order to achieve a satisfied homeowner. Communication between vendors and office to accomplish a home on schedule.
Originally from… Bronx, New York City
I learned from… North Carolina State University, H.P.W. Real Estate school, currently learning my career in construction management from co-workers at Capitol City Homes.
I think the new home industry is important because...Raleigh and surrounding areas are growing and it’s important to have homes available for the newcomers to the area and those who are looking to get out of apartment renting.
I believe the future of homebuilding… The future of home building I believe will bring more conveniences, technology, durability and efficiencies to future homeowners.
Selections and Design Coordinator
Industry Veteran or Newbie? I am a newbie. I started with CCH as an intern and now work as a selections and design coordinator.
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes) I graduated from Meredith College with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design and a Minor in Business Administration. While at Meredith I worked in various design jobs before graduating and working for CCH.
Homebuilding Superpower… I am hard-working, organized, and have a passion for design.
Originally from… I was born in Mexico but raised in Durham, North Carolina.
I learned from… studying design at Meredith College and interning with an incredible team here at Capitol City Homes.
I think the new home industry is important because… North Carolina’s population is rapidly growing. The new home industry helps build communities with great homes for anyone looking to live in North Carolina.
I believe the future of homebuilding… is going to continue to thrive and offer clients the ability to personalize their homes to fit their lifestyle.
Purchasing/ Permitting Coordinator
Industry Veteran or Newbie? 13 year veteran.
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)… The Privette Group Office Manager at Onsite Resources and ThreeSix Builders. On-site sales assistant, production coordinator & warranty manager.
Homebuilding Superpower… Sense of urgency which includes understanding the importance of communication, being organized, and detail oriented, & focusing on the solution of the problem and not the problem.
Originally from… Born in New Jersey, raised in Puerto Rico.
I learned from… Surrounding myself with experts who have extensive experience & a sincere passion in the home building industry. I also learned from listening and studying the homebuyers and investor's preferences, questions and constructive criticism.
I think the new home industry is important because… To me the homebuilding industry in Raleigh is important, not only because it helps the economy and growth of the state, but helps make people's lives better by making their "American Dreams" and personal goals of become homeowners and having investment property a reality.
I believe the future of homebuilding… Will have endless possibilities when it comes to offering personalized accommodations and advance technology options to make each home unique, special and a great fit to each individual Homebuyer.
Industry Veteran or Newbie? I have worked 5 plus years in Residential Construction Management.
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)… I worked for JR Homes of North Carolina.
Homebuilding Superpower… Establishing good working relationships with a variety of people, including clients and customers to grow business continuously.
Originally from… Fayetteville, NC
I learned from… East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management and a Minor in Business Administration.
I think the new home industry is important because… having grown up in the All-American City of Fayetteville. I am finally being able to give back to the community and our service members. It gives me great pride that I can hand over keys to a comfortable home they can find peace of mind in.
I believe the future of homebuilding… needs to be Building and Customizing an Affordable, Energy-Efficient Home based on Quality Assurance.
Industry Veteran or Newbie? Newbie
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)… I recently graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in Construction Management. I also was an intern for CCH in the Summer of 2018.
Homebuilding Superpower… My homebuilding superpower is being very organized and detail oriented throughout the entire build of each house and taking pride in my work.
Originally from… Apex. NC
I learned from… East Carolina University Construction Management program.
I think the new home industry is important because… You are giving families somewhere to live and be happy and grow their family, especially because of how many people are moving to the Raleigh area.
I believe the future of homebuilding… More energy efficiency and green construction.
Industry Veteran or Newbie? Industry Veteran with 20 years experience.
BCCH (Before Capitol City Homes)…I have worked in all fields of construction, from the laborer to working directly under the General Contractor. Three years prior to starting at CCH I was an owner/operator of a small remolding and handyman business.
Homebuilding Superpower… Knowledge. Throughout the last 20 years I have acquired knowledge in all fields of building a quality home. I thrive to learn something new every day, whether in the field or life.
Originally from… Raleigh, NC
I learned from… On the job training and my father, who has been in the industry for almost 50 years.
I think the new home industry is important because… I think the new home industry is important because it allows people from all of the world to move into our area and live American dream.
I believe the future of homebuilding…I believe the future of homebuilding is going to offer smarter homes, nicer finishes and still have the great quality.